Although we knew from the outset that CasualDatingCanada.com was a rip-off, we signed up anyway to test its services. Our experience confirms it uses the same old tricks: the only free service on this platform is limited to registration. After this, you will have to pay. Yet the homepage states otherwise… Were we lied to? Once we had registered, we started to receive a lot of tantalizing messages, some of which were the same as those we had received on other sites. What a coincidence.
A word of advice: always read what is written in small print. If you look carefully, you will discover, at the bottom of the page, that the site uses fictitious profiles. These fake profiles are actually managed by moderators or automated systems known as chatbots that send computer-generated messages. Since sending messages is subject to the purchase of “credits”, it is the moderators’ duty to encourage you to use the chat function. It is even stated that “physical connection with these profiles” is impossible. Could there be any clearer way for this site to qualify as a scam?
The following note is from the terms and conditions
You are aware and acknowledge that there is no possibility whatsoever of a physical meeting taking place between you and the Entertainment Profiles and that the exchange of adult or sexual messages is for digital entertainment purposes and to encourage further use of our Website. We do not guarantee that you will receive a response to any message you send on our Website.
No dates in store
The operator behind this dishonest service acknowledges this explicitly: no real date with another member is possible on CasualDatingCanada.com. However, a new user, fooled by the references on the landing page advertising a free service, could easily miss this admission. Thus, BD Technologies AG, a company based in Zug, Switzerland, knowingly misleads new users with false promises to entice them to sign up and buy expensive credits in the futile hope of experiencing an imminent date.
Each message sent incurs a credit charge, the payment method for communicating in a chat, which a user must purchase in bundles. For instance, if you shed C$367.50, the price of a single credit drops to C$1.47. A real bargain, right? Not only are the profiles fictitious; the operator also goes so far as to give the credits a limited validity period of 90 days. It’s clearly a brazen rip-off.